This is one of the rudest things you can possibly do and honestly, there is no excuse for not saying anything.

So this past Sunday I had a great day. I watched some football, ate some fantastic food and stayed warm from the cold weather outside. It was a fantastic day, until I woke up the next morning.

I went out to my car to brush off the snow off my car and warm it up on a very cold Monday then all of a sudden I realized while wiping off snow off the front of my car, someone had hit my bumper. I was instantly not too happy. I look for a note and there was nothing to be found.

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From the looks of the problem, someone with a trailer hitch had to back up into my car and then drove away. and either didn't know what the person did or just drove away hoping what they hit wasn't too serious.

The person who hit my car, you knew you had hit my car, the way the damage is you could have felt it and you made the decision to drive away. That is not only rude to not leave a note but you essentially just committed a crime and that's wrong.

This had to be done by one of my neighbors or one of their friends but the problem is my neighborhood is filled with cars with trailer hitches so there is no way to figure it out.

I just want to say, if you hit someone else's car, admit to it or leave a note with information to get a hold of you. By not leaving a note you are a jerk plain and simple.

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